Human Rights in History: Diplomacy and Racial Equality at the Paris Peace Conference*

@article{Lauren2020HumanRI,
  title={Human Rights in History: Diplomacy and Racial Equality at the Paris Peace Conference*},
  author={Paul Gordon Lauren},
  journal={Race and U.S. Foreign Policy from 1900 through World War II},
  year={2020}
}
  • P. Lauren
  • Published 1 July 1978
  • Political Science
  • Race and U.S. Foreign Policy from 1900 through World War II

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